Daniel O’Brien’s main focus in his position as Extension Agricultural Economist for K-State Research and Extension is on analysis of grain and bioenergy markets, with supporting interests in Great Plains irrigated and dryland cropping systems and other farm management related topics. Approximately 85% of his efforts are directed toward analysis of supply-demand factors affecting domestic and international grain markets and their impact on U.S. prices for wheat, feedgrains and oilseeds.
Summary The November 9th USDA reports projected a marginal decrease in 2011 U.S. soybean yields and production, rationing of U.S. soybean domestic and export usage, near record tight ending stocks, [...]
Summary The September 30th USDA Quarterly Grain Stocks and Small Grains Summary reports indicated that 2011/12 marketing year supply-demand balances are likely to be larger than had been expected for [...]
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